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Mavericks Forward Andrew Courtney Named CHL Player of the Week

December 10, 2012 - Central Hockey League (CHL) Missouri Mavericks

INDEPENDENCE, Missouri -The Central Hockey League announced today that Missouri Mavericks forward Andrew Courtney has been named the Oakley Central Hockey League Player of the Week for the period ending December 9, 2012.

In recognition of his achievement, Courtney will receive a special gift from Oakley. To learn more about all of Oakley's products, visit www.oakley.com.

Courtney, 27, has settled back in with the team he played his rookie season with a year ago. Last week, the Belleville, Ontario native helped the Mavs to four wins with four goals and two assists to go along with a +3 rating. The 6-3, 209-pound forward has goals in each of the last three Missouri games, the longest active goal streak in the league.

An all-star last season and a member of the 2012 CHL All-Rookie Team, Courtney began the season in the ECHL and then joined the Mavericks in early November. The forward was held without a point in his first six games with Missouri (team went 2-4-0) but has six goals and four assists in his last eight games and the team has gone 7-1-0 in those contests.

Oakley CHL Player of the Week

Andrew Courtney, Missouri Mavericks

Position: F

(Weekly Totals)

Games Played: 4

Goals: 4

GWG's: 1

Assists: 2

Points: 6

Plus/Minus: +3

Oakley CHL Player of the Week Previous Winners

Oct. 22- Jeff Pierce, Missouri Mavericks

Oct. 29- Gary Steffes, Tulsa Oilers

Nov. 5- David Gilbert, Bloomington Blaze

Nov. 12- Kyle Chipchura, Arizona Sundogs

Nov. 19- Phil Fox, Fort Worth Brahmas

Nov. 26- R.G. Flath, Wichita Thunder

Dec. 3- Brad Smyth, Denver Cutthroats

Dec. 10- Andrew Courtney, Missouri Mavericks

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